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Evaluate the success of an inaugural convention focused on growing and sustaining minority representation in the field of classical music.
Readers will evaluate two funding scenarios that are being considered by the SSC leadership team to ensure the long-term prosperity and future growth of the program.
Consider a territorial release for licensing the recorded works of a leading composer to France and French territories, where the music is doing exceptionally well.
The reader is asked to devise a set of recommendations for hiring new staff members, considering the challenges associated with employing artists and non-artists in administrative positions.
Create an expansion plan that details the actions needed to establish a new university chapter of Musical Mentors and to examine the implications of its commitment to instructor autonomy.
Examine the rostering personnel system developed by Break of Reality, a cross-genre chamber quartet.
Visit perspectives on the recording industry and musicians navigating the new landscape heavily impacted by digital service providers.
Examine a contract dispute between the management and unionized players one of the largest orchestras in New England.
Examine plans to fund and build the new state- of-the-art home of The New World Symphony in the midst of an economic recession.
Examine how an experimental arts festival continues to focus on the local community in the face of increasing national interest and outside funding.
Trace the inception and growth of University (Michigan) Musical Society’s Renegade, a program of performances that feature provocative artistic works.
Profile contrasting artist residency agreements in Eighth Blackbird’s portfolio–one with a university and the other with a museum of contemporary art.
Explore the philosophy behind Groupmuse, who provide high-caliber chamber music concerts in intimate settings, and the rationale to expand the organization into additional markets.
The Weill Music Institute (WMI) is the educational arm of Carnegie Hall. Examine the structure and growth of one program, Link Up, as well as preparation for growing another, Musical Explorers.
Follow the first and largest successful merger of a professional orchestra with an existing community music school in the United States from the genesis through early challenges.
Follow the role of process surrounding foundation giving for San Francisco Girls Chorus, a performing arts organization and a school of music.
How does an arts organization that prides itself on eschewing traditional venues react when given the chance to settle in a space of its own?
Learn about the role and strategies of advocacy for the arts in education while following the long journey toward passage of state level legislation in support of public arts education.
Pegasus Early Music is the only concert presenter of early music in western New York, but with a steadily aging audience. Students will evaluate current marketing initiatives to lure new audiences.
Follow National Sawdust, a unique New York City music venue, through early international attention and the expanding of its board of directors.